Kayla’s Children Centre (KCC) is a school, therapy clinic, and recreational centre for children with disabilities, behavioural challenges, and complex medical needs. The centre supports children ages 6 weeks to 21 years who have a wide range of disabilities and provides a variety of specialized programs that enable them to flourish academically, socially, and emotionally. KCC also offers personalized supports and respite for families. KCC’s programs include a licensed day care and specialized school; on-site therapy centre; after-school and weekend respite; adapted sports; life skills programs for teens; a state-of-the-art hydrotherapy centre; and day and overnight camps.

KCC was founded in May 2017 as the result of the merger of Zareinu Educational Centre of Metropolitan Toronto (founded in 1989) and Project AIM Programs (founded in 2007).

KCC’s Mission

Our mission is to provide high-quality, cutting-edge educational, therapeutic, and recreational programs for children with disabilities, and to assist their families by offering support and respite. The Centre embraces children of all abilities, religious affiliations, and needs, and is rich in Jewish education and tradition.

“Other people see a kid in a wheelchair and think of what she can’t do, here at Camp AIM they show us what she CAN do.”

Julie Gonik

“When I met with the staff and therapist at Camp AIM I was happy my child would be maintaining therapeutic goals over the summer. When I saw the joy on her face I knew she was also having the time of her life!”